Recipe for quick healing

What a combination of things to get on this one. Then I even added kraft cs for layer that has been dry embossed. Leaf is sticker paper cut with Silhouette then gilding flakes are rubbed on sticky side and then glued on card. Sentiment and die frame were also cut on Silhouette. Tag is die cut and twine is from stash.

12 thoughts on “Recipe for quick healing”

  1. Bonnie, that leaf is a stunner!! Wow! And I love the texture in the background! You got all the elements of the Challenge put together in a great project! Thanks for playing along with us again at As You See It Challenges!

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  2. What a fabulous result! You got all the elements of the recipe in perfectly. I love the gilded leaf – great focal feature. Thank you for joining us at As You See It Challenge.

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  3. Using gilding flakes is a bit like using glitter as it often goes everywhere particularly if one breathes on it. that said the results are wonderful and your leaf is gorgeous as is the rest of the card.

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    1. Welcome home my friend. That is the beauty of using the sticker material for cutting out. The sticky side is such a magnet for the flakes they hardly go any where else and easily pour back in the jar.


  4. Bonnie that leaf is stunning – the gilding flakes add so much colour and dimension. I love the sparkle of the sentiment on your tag to which ties in beautifully. Great job on our recipe challenge – thanks for sharing with us over at As You See It this week!

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